Jamie Foxx remains hospitalized, friends calls for prayers
Jamie Foxx remains hospitalized after suffering a medical emergency — and now another project is filming without him.
“Beat Shazam,” the game show co-hosted by Foxx and his daughter Corinne Foxx, has started filming its new season, but has found another host to replace the Oscar-winning actor, TMZ reported Wednesday.
Corinne won’t appear on the new season either, as she stays by her father’s side in the Atlanta hospital where he remains.
Sources close to Jamie also told the outlet that they’re begging for prayers for his recovery.
Reps for the Foxx family and “Beat Shazam” didn’t immediately return Page Six’s requests for comment.
Jamie, 55, has been hospitalized since mid-April when he suffered what Corinne, 29, called a “medical complication” while filming “Back in Action” with Cameron Diaz.
“Beat Shazam” has begun filming without both Jamie and Corinne Foxx.
The Oscar-winning actor has been hospitalized since mid-April when he suffered a “medical complication.”
However, the scare did not occur on the set of the movie.
The project temporarily paused filming but resumed days later with a body double for Jamie as reports emerged that he was “steadily improving.”
Two weeks later, a source told People that the “Django Unchained” actor was “awake and alert.”
His family has yet to disclose his diagnosis.